Poor tech posture, the horns of a dilemma
We often hear about the possible psychological impacts of our addiction to smartphones and handheld devices, but it appears they can also have a real physical impact.
Researchers at the Sunshine Coast University have discovered 18 to 30 year olds are developing a horn-like bone spur at the base of their skull.
The spur is relatively common in the elderly but researcher Dr David Shahar tells Mark young people are developing it because of all the time they spend bent over their phones.
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